At Renewal by Andersen of Des Moines, we guarantee that the exceptional performance of Renewal by Andersen® replacement windows and doors will give you the energy efficiency, beauty and value you want for your home. Installing quality doors and windows in Des Moines homes is our specialty, and because our installers are factory-trained by a nationally renowned company, you can be assured you will receive top-quality installation at a fair and competitive price. You and your home will be handled with care and professionalism from start to finish, just as we would want to be treated.
Our commitment to superior service has earned us multiple awards, including the Renewal by Andersen Homeowner Satisfaction Award. Renewal by Andersen Corporation presents this distinguished award annually to retailers that have maintained a consistently superior satisfaction rating.
How to Know It’s Time to Consider Window Replacement
If you have recently moved into your home or are unsure of how old your windows are and who installed them, then you may not be certain whether window replacement is necessary. To help with your decision, Renewal by Andersen of Des Moines would like to suggest the following signs that your Des Moines windows are no longer performing well and should be replaced.
- You feel cold drafts of air coming from your windows in the winter, or excessive heat emanating from them during the summer. These are clear signs of poor window insulation.
- Your energy bills are excessively high. Over the long term, it is often more cost-effective to replace old and inefficient windows than to try to improve their efficiency. Quality ENERGY STAR®-rated windows eventually pay for themselves through lower heating, cooling and lighting costs.
- Your windows are difficult to open and shut. Older double- and single-hung windows often experience mechanical failures that make them difficult to operate. Windows that slam shut pose an obvious hazard.
- Your windows have developed fogging, haziness or condensation between panes of glass. This may indicate seal failure.